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California rolls back reopening as coronavirus cases surge
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Dak Prescott and the Cowboys are running out of time for contract extension
Time is running out for the Dallas Cowboys and quarterback Dak Prescott to agree on a contract extension with the deadline now just two days away. On Sunday, The Dallas Morning News confirmed that the Cowboys haven’t come close to agreeing to a contract extension for the 26-year-old. The critical sticking point in the negotiations...
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Summer blockbusters ‘Tenet’ and ‘Mulan’ likely delayed again
Movie theaters pinning their reopening success on the August release of blockbuster hopefuls “Tenet'” and “Mulan” are in for a major blow, industry experts said. With COVID-19 cases on the rise in major cities across the US, it’s looking increasingly doubtful that Warner Bros. will premiere Christopher Nolan’s spy flick “Tenet” next month, dealing a...
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Woman meets biological sister for first time thanks to DNA testing
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Police officer seen kneeling on man's neck
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Student produce music video about the pandemic
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First child dies due to coronavirus in SC
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Boats catch fire at marina, police boat sinks
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Woman gets job at facility to see her husband
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Protesters camp outside police department
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Miraculous rescue at Wrightsville Beach
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Virgin Mary statue set on fire at Boston church
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Chance The Rapper criticized after supporting Kanye West’s presidential announcement
Chance The Rapper is facing a backlash after issuing support for Kanye West’s presidential bid.
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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s team tells Donald Trump to stop using ‘Memory’ at rallies
Original “Cats” star Betty Buckley urged Webber last month to stop Trump's team from using "Memory."
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Los Angeles County offers guidelines for schools that decide to reopen
Officials said that, at L.A. schools that do reopen, children must wear face coverings and use hand sanitizer. Sports with no physical distancing are banned.
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Gigantic 'superflare' spotted on nearby star
Astronomers in Japan have spotted a huge “superflare” emerging from a nearby star.
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Depp assistant called Heard ‘sociopathic show pony,’ ‘Machiavellian overlord’: court
Johnny Depp‘s assistant referred to Amber Heard as a “sociopathic show pony’’ and “Machiavellian overlord” — while the actor was obsessed with bathroom humor, according to testimony Monday. Stephen Deuters, Depp’s now-former righthand man, took the stand in British court and at first denied ever hearing his boss use terms such as “slut,” “whore” or...
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Halsey shows off new tattoo dedicated to late rapper Juice Wrld
She also has a new song on his posthumous album.
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Prosecutor Andrew Weissmann's book on Mueller investigation already cleared by Trump administration, publisher says
Prosecutor Andrew Weissmann's book about the Mueller investigation—which appears to be critical of the President—has been cleared by Trump administration reviewers, his publisher said on Monday.
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Netflix’s ‘Fear City: New York vs The Mob’ Explores the Rise of New York’s “Five Families”
Fear City: New York vs The Mob comes to Netflix July 22.
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Amid coronavirus, rapper Pitbull plans series of four livestream pay-per-view concerts
Tickets to each pay-per-view show will be $9.99 and go on sale starting Aug. 5. The first concert is Sept. 12.       
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NBA raises eyebrows for not allowing customers to print 'FreeHongKong' on custom gear
The NBA is facing further scrutiny over its close ties to China after critics pointed out that customers cannot print "FreeHongKong" when ordering custom gear on its online store. 
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Roku's Wireless Speakers have a lot to offer
We tried out the Roku TV Wireless Speakers and found they offer a seamless setup process and fantastic sound, which is why we're inclined to recommend them over the Soundbar.
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At U.K. Care Home, Residents Brilliantly Recreate Iconic Album Covers
Robert Speker wanted to keep spirits up while visitors and outside entertainment were banned due to COVID-19. His ingenious idea: cast the residents as rock stars.
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Trump administration will reject most Chinese claims to waters in South China Sea, Pompeo says
The Trump administration on Monday rejected nearly all of China’s claims in the South China Sea – wading into one of the most sensitive regional issues in Asia and further escalating tensions between Washington and Beijing.
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Drone video shows packed Missouri party traced to COVID-19 case cluster
New drone footage shows a packed Independence Day party in Missouri where at least five guests later tested positive for the coronavirus. The 12-second video obtained by the Kansas City Star shows dozens of maskless young men and women grinding on a dance floor under multi-colored lights. At least 400 people were at the July...
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The Instax Mini 9 is one of the best instant cameras ever—and now it's on sale
Everybody loves the Instax Mini 9, and right now you can get this too-cute instant camera for its lowest price ever at QVC. Click for details.       
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Keeping L.A. schools closed: An agonizing but necessary decision
Supt. Austin Beutner's decision to keep Los Angeles public schools closed in the fall will cause great hardship, but it is also justified for now.
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States sue feds over ICE rules for foreign students
Several lawsuits have now been filed against an ICE policy that bars foreign students from taking only-online coursework in the fall.
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Oklahoma reports first pediatric coronavirus death
A 13-year-old dependent of a service member stationed at Fort Sill tested positive for COVID-19 and died Friday at Comanche County Memorial Hospital.
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We're wasting time talking about herd immunity
William Haseltine writes that we should not waste time trying to build herd immunity against Covid-19, because it's unlikely we will ever be able to achieve it. New research on the development and decline of Covid antibodies and a wealth of epidemiological evidence on coronaviruses as a whole indicate as much.
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Three people slain Sunday in the District
Police said two victims were shot and one suffered blunt force trauma.
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Red Ink Overflowing: In June, U.S. Borrows A Typical Year's Worth
The federal deficit balloons as the government tries to cushion the blow from the coronavirus pandemic. June's shortfall totals $864 billion — more than in an entire typical year.
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Another horse dies at Los Alamitos on third day of probation for spike in fatalities
Los Alamitos Race Course, currently under a 10-day probation for a spike in horse deaths, had its 21st fatality this meeting on Sunday, the ninth since May 26
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Germany cops search for ‘Rambo’ armed with bow and arrow in Black Forest
Hundreds of police combed Germany’s Black Forest on Monday looking for a Rambo-style homeless man wearing combat gear and armed with a bow and arrow who disarmed four officers at gunpoint. Authorities warned residents in the southwestern town of Oppenau to avoid going outside while officers searched for the man, who also had a handgun...
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Our favorite online photo printing service is having a massive sale
During this huge Shutterfly sale, you can get up to 40 percent off photo printing and more. Click for details.       
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Trump's threat to cut school funding does little to sway state officials
The federal government provides a small fraction of revenues that fund public schools, according to a Congressional Research Service report.
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California returns to limits on indoor gatherings
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has extended the closure of bars and indoor dining statewide and has ordered gyms, churches and hair salons closed in most places as coronavirus cases keep rising in the nation's most populated state. (July 13)       
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Judge blocks first federal execution in 17 years
A federal judge on Monday blocked the planned execution of convicted killer Daniel Lewis Lee, and three others, citing ongoing challenges to the federal government's lethal injection protocol.
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California orders closure of indoor restaurants, gyms, malls, church facilities
California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered the closure of all indoor operations at restaurants, bars, gyms, churches, malls and other locations in 30 counties including Los Angeles, Riverside and Orange, as officials say coronavirus cases are climbing higher. Watch his remarks here.
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Judge Orders More Details Behind President Trump’s Clemency for Roger Stone
The U.S. district judge asked for clarity about the scope of the clemency
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Bats offer COVID-19 treatment clues, scientists say
Bats offer important clues for the treatment of COVID-19, scientists say. The virus is believed to have originated in bats and then jumped to humans via an intermediary species, possibly the anteater-like pangolin that is prized in China for its scales used in Chinese medicine as well as its meat. In addition to SARS-CoV-2, bats...
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CBS announces diversity overhaul of writers rooms and script-development program
CBS will commit at least 25% of its development budget to projects with BIPOC creators and wants its writers rooms to be 40% nonwhite by the 2021-22 season.
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Justice Department releases Roger Stone's commutation paperwork
The Justice Department on Monday released President Donald Trump's signed executive order wiping away the sentence of his longtime friend Roger Stone.
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What Jada Pinkett Smith, Will Smith’s body language said during ‘Red Table Talk’
"Both of them at different times would roll their lips back over their teeth, and that’s just saying that they are not saying everything."
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‘Glee’ star Heather Morris mourns with Naya Rivera’s family at Lake Piru
“Glee” actress Heather Morris was seen holding hands with co-star Naya Rivera’s family in an emotional scene at the Southern California lake where her body was recovered Monday, according to reports. Morris, who played Rivera’s love interest on the Fox series, was among the friends who joined some of the actress’ relatives at Lake Piru,...
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WH's Gidley: Biden 'Not Safe' for U.S. Economy, 'American Way of Life'
White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley on Monday sounded the alarm on what a potential Joe Biden presidency would look like for the United States.
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